This is the 52nd post on the TRY THIS blog. With two posts every week, this blog is now exactly 1/2 year old.
Happy 1/2 Birthday! TRY THIS is Now 52 Posts Old!
Since June 4, 2013, I’ve posted twice a week. Every Tuesday and Friday there’s been a new piece with a practical application.
Over these six months, more and more people have signed up to get this blog in their email. (HINT – If you aren’t signed up for that yet, you can do it at the bottom of this page.)
Some posts have gotten a nice buzz…
Five Favorites from the TRY THIS Archive
- Ten Letters to Live By
- Is Kindness One of Your Core Strengths?
- Making Tough Decisions: Coin Toss With a Twist
- Don’t Worry About Self-Discipline: Get Into the Flow State
- How to Run a Great Meeting Before it Even Starts
A Personal Note of Thanks
As Thanksgiving is upon us, I’d like to offer my thanks to you, subscribers and readers, for your comments and words of encouragement. Whenever I hear from you, my heart sings.
Thank you, Dawn Wolf. Dawn helps me hone my writing style so the posts are clear and simple and tell a story. She’s made me a much better writer.
And thank you to Brian Brolin. Very early every Tuesday and Friday morning, before his baby wakes up, Brian is at work polishing the layout and wording of that day’s post. He makes them attractive and easy to find on Google search. And he often adds just the words or turn of phrase that makes the posts sing.
Would You Do Me a Favor?
If you enjoy the TRY THIS blog, please share it with a friend. You can send people a link to the sign up form. You can tweet about or Like a specific post. If a particular post resonates with you, you can put it up on your Facebook page.
Thank you in advance.
Stop and Look Back
Is today a birthday for something you are working on? Perhaps it’s been 6 months or a year or five. Think about something you might look back on with a bit of pride. Highlight the best of what you’ve done.
You’ll gain a deeper appreciation for what you’ve accomplished if you take a bit of time to stop now and again to reflect and take stock.
What have been your favorite posts on the TRY THIS blog? Please let me know in the comments.